Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Doting girlfriend Frankie Sandford gives Wayne Bridge a hand as he moves into his new Sunderland mansion

By Sarah Bull

Helping hand: Doting girlfriend Frankie Sandford was quick to help out footballer beau Wayne Bridge as he moved into his new Sunderland house yesterday

They've been dating for just over a year and it seems that Frankie Sandford just can't get enough of boyfriend Wayne Bridge.

The 23-year-old singer was spotted yesterday helping her footballer beau move in to his luxury new mansion in Sunderland.

Frankie looked chic in a pair of skinny blue jeans, white vest top and black blazer as she helped out with the move, although she may have left her sky-high heels at the door while unpacking boxes.

Wayne, 31, who is currently on loan to Sunderland from Manchester City, dressed down in a pair of baggy black trousers, grey top and beanie hat for the busy day.

Several removal fans were seen arriving at the property, which Wayne is believed to be renting while on loan with Sunderland, unloading boxes throughout the day.

It remains to be seen when Frankie and Wayne will take the next step in their relationship, with the singer still living in London while she concentrates on her career with The Saturdays.

Luxury: It is believed that Wayne is renting the mansion while he is on loan to Sunderland FC

Moving day! Removal vans were seen coming and going from the property throughout the day

She and Wayne began dating back in December 2010, with Frankie saying shortly after they began their relationship: 'I really like Wayne. It's going great with him.

'But we're just a normal couple really. To be honest, I'm really not sure how long we've been together, it's all been such a whirlwind.'

However, while Frankie is currently living in London, she could soon be relocating to Los Angeles temporarily if rumours are true about the Saturdays shooting their own reality show in Hollywood.

Talking about the prospect recently, Frankie's bandmate Rochelle Wiseman said: 'It was literally us five girls thinking, "We've done a reality show here - how fun would it be to do one Stateside?"

'And that's not necessarily us cracking America.

'Maybe it would be about us taking our material to a different environment.'



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